Are you planning the ultimate party but want to take it up a notch? Look no further than connecting your UE Megaboom Remix to your Google Home. By doing so, you’ll have complete control over your music and can take your party to the next level. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps of connecting your UE Megaboom Remix to your Google Home and give you some ideas for how to make the most of this powerful combination.
What You’ll Need
Before we get started, there are a few things you’ll need to have on hand:
- UE Megaboom Remix
- Google Home device
- Wi-Fi network
- Smartphone or tablet with the Google Home app
- Music streaming service account (such as Spotify, Pandora, or Google Play Music)
Step by Step Guide
- Power on your UE Megaboom Remix and set it to pairing mode. You can do this by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button until the indicator light begins flashing rapidly.
- Open the Google Home app on your smartphone or tablet and tap on the Devices icon in the upper right-hand corner.
- Tap the + icon in the lower right-hand corner and select Set up device.
- Select the option for “Works with Google” and search for your UE Megaboom Remix.
- Follow the on-screen prompts to connect your UE Megaboom Remix to your Google Home device.
- Once connected, you can use voice commands to control your music. For example, say “Hey Google, play some music on my Megaboom” and your Google Home will start playing music through your UE Megaboom Remix.
- You can also use the Google Home app to control your music. Tap the Media icon in the bottom navigation bar and select your UE Megaboom Remix from the list of available devices. From there, you can adjust the volume, skip tracks, and more.
Ideas for Making the Most of Your UE Megaboom Remix and Google Home Combo
Now that you’ve got your devices connected, it’s time to start planning your party. Here are some ideas for how to put your UE Megaboom Remix and Google Home to use:
- Create a party playlist ahead of time and ask Google Home to play it.
- Ask Google Home to play a specific song or artist.
- Use the Google Home app to adjust the volume for your UE Megaboom Remix, perfect for when you need to turn the music down for a conversation or up for a dance party.
- Turn on your UE Megaboom Remix’s PartyUp feature to pair it with other UE speakers in the room, creating a surround-sound experience.
- Use the UE Megaboom Remix’s built-in microphone to take phone calls or use voice commands.
- Create a fun atmosphere by using Google Home to change the lighting in the room or set the mood with some ambient white noise.
Connecting your UE Megaboom Remix to your Google Home is a simple and easy way to take your party to the next level. With complete control over your music and the ability to use voice commands, you’re sure to impress your guests and make your party one to remember. So, what are you waiting for? Try it out for yourself and get ready to rock!
How do I connect my UE Megaboom Remix to Google Home?
First, make sure your UE Megaboom Remix is turned on and in pairing mode. Then, open the Google Home app, tap the device you want to pair with, and tap the gear icon in the top right corner. From there, select “Paired Bluetooth devices” and then “Enable pairing mode.” Finally, select your UE Megaboom Remix from the list of available devices and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process.
Can I control the volume of my UE Megaboom Remix using Google Home?
Yes, you can control the volume of your UE Megaboom Remix using Google Home. Simply use voice commands to tell Google Home to turn the volume up or down, or use the volume controls on your Google Home app.
Will connecting my UE Megaboom Remix to Google Home affect the sound quality?
No, connecting your UE Megaboom Remix to Google Home should not affect the sound quality. However, it’s important to note that the quality of the sound will still depend on the quality of the music you’re playing and the acoustics of the room you’re in. Make sure to position your Megaboom Remix in a good spot to get the best possible sound.